New 2500 MT extrusion line.
New anodizing line with more efficient material handling equipment.
Third new Handtmann machining center for longer profiles.
Upgrading the profile handling automation equipment in our Kirkkonummi factory.
The machining know-how and manufacturing of demanding aluminium components are being concentrated from Espoo to our Nivala factory, and manufacturing of components from long profiles is being concentrated to our Kirkkonummi factory.
Automatic welding line for cable ladders production starts operating.
Lival´s ownership rises up to 65,8 per cent.
Nordic Aluminium 40 years.
The first vertical powder coating line in Scandinavia.
The Kirkkonummi factory is awarded an ISO 14001 environmental certificate.
Component operations become independent, and the Espoo factory is established.
The Kempele factory's production is transferred to Nivala.
Megatyöstö Oy's operations are merged with Nordic Aluminium Plc.
Mega CNC Corp. in Hutchinson changes its name to Nordic Aluminium, Inc.
The lighting track operations of Kaltek, Inc. in Atlanta are transferred to Nordic Aluminium, Inc.
The 1990's: Change of Ownership, Incorporation and Stock Exchange Listing
Nordic Aluminium acquires the total capital stock of Megatyöstö Oy. The Nivala, Kempele and Hutchinson production units become part of Nordic Aluminium's organisation.
First lighting track deliveries to Lithonia Lighting, Inc., USA.
Nordic Aluminium concludes an OEM agreement with the leading American lighting fittings manufacturer Lithonia Lighting, Inc.
Nordic Aluminium Ltd is listed on the Helsinki Exchanges.
The company's name is changed to Nordic Aluminium Ltd.
Nokia Aluminium Ltd starts operating under new ownership.
The Kirkkonummi factory's aluminium production is awarded an ISO 9001 quality certificate.
Aluminium production is incorporated into a separate company.
The 1980's: Preparing for Independent Operations
The paint shop starts operations.
Return to the Cable Works and later transfer to Nokia Cables and Machinery.
Incorporated into the Nokia Metal Products division.
The 1970's: Exports Accelerates
Third extrusion press.
A new foundry starts operations.
The 1960's: Extrusion Presses Keep Busy
An anodising plant starts operations.
The lighting track is successfully displayed at a lighting trade fair in Gothenburg, Sweden.
A machine shop for aluminium products is moved from Salmisaari to Pikkala.
The Finnish Cable Works and the Finnish Rubber Works merge with Nokia Oy, a forest industry company and a subsidiary of Finnish Rubber works, to form Oy Nokia Ab (December 31, 1966).
The Cable Works' Turkish subsidiary Türkkablo starts to manufacture aluminium profiles.
A new industrial hall is built in Pikkala. A second extrusion press is acquired.
The Finnish Cable Works starts to manufacture aluminium products at the Pikkala factory.